Africa, described, the manners of their habits, and buildinge: newly done into English by J. S. are to be sold by Tho. [Thomas] Bassett in Fleet Street and Ric. [Richard] Chiswell in St. Pauls Churchyard.
Tunis. Golera now destroyed.
Tegazza where the salt pits are.
The Inner Lybia which at this day is called Sarra [Sahara] which is as much to say as a desert.
Benin. The King of this Country is adored of the Common people.
Nilus yearly overflowing and watering the Earth causeth the Country to be marvailous fertile.
Not farre from the Citty of Guangara there is much gold found.
The Kingdome of Nubia
The Kingd. [Kingdom] of Zanfara
The Kingd. [Kingdom] of Biafara
The Kingd. [Kingdom] of Damute. Here is gold digged up in great quantity.
Cafates. Here the Amazons are sayd to inhabite.
Marc; in Guinea
Cab:lopo Consalvi Accolae
habi[tant] of cape of good hope
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